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How to watch the game of hockey in South Korea

By Lee Hyun-soo (HYUNG-suk) — This is the second of two articles covering the game, the second one is on how to watch it in South Korean.

Seo Jun, the former team captain of the Seoul Kings, will be one of the guests for the inaugural game.

The Seoul Kings play the Los Angeles Kings on Feb. 19 at the Air Canada Centre.

The game will be broadcast live on Korean TV and online.

Watching the game online is easy as it can be done on any mobile device.

There are different ways to watch, such as on the Samsung TV or the Apple TV.

The Seoul Kings are scheduled to face the Los Altos Lakers on Feb 22 at 7:30 p.m. local time.

The Kings are hoping to break the franchise record for consecutive playoff appearances and clinch the Western Conference championship.

Since the Kings moved to South Korea in 2012, they have won two straight games in the playoffs.

The Kings were last in the standings at 20-26-10 in 2017-18.

It will be the first time since 2009 that the Kings will face an opponent from outside the West.

This will be Seo Jun’s first time playing for the Kings.

Seo was born in South Gyeongsang province, a region in the Republic of Korea.

He spent his early years in the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, before moving to Seoul in 2012.

After retiring from the NHL, Seo joined the Korea Hockey League in 2014, where he played for SKY in the Korean Super League.

When the Korean Hockey Association (KHA) decided to play in the Asian Games, Seos first team team was selected to represent the KHL in 2019.

Seo joined SKY after a four-year stint with the Calgary Flames.

In 2022, he played with the Anaheim Ducks, and in 2024, with the Edmonton Oilers.

Seos five-year contract included a one-year option to join the Korean National Hockey Team, and he signed with SKY on Dec. 22, 2018.

Seok, the reigning MVP of the 2017 World Juniors, won the Memorial Cup in 2017 and 2018.

In 2017, he scored his fifth career goal, the game-winner in overtime, to defeat the United States in a shootout.

He also scored two goals and two assists in the 2016 IIHF World Championship.

Seo played in the 2017 Memorial Cup and was one of five players to score in each game, while his other two goals came in a 3-2 overtime victory over Sweden.